Basilis Plitsis ( aka Mask) has overspent Experience Remaining: -15 Exp. (Earned: 150 - Spent: 165)
He is 22 years old, and often appears as wearing a black league of legends jacket with the name Mask a black t-shirt and blue jeans he has medium lenght hair , brown eyes and wears a white emotionless Mask.
Basilis Plitsis ( aka Mask) lives in The Illumination, a setting where videos of the supernatural go viral every day.
Circumstances describe your situation.
Examples include enemies, wealth, notoriety, social status, contacts, fame, and imprisonment.
Because each Playgroup has its own setting, Circumstances record the Playgroup they were acquired in.
Conditions describe your state of being.
Examples of Conditions include curses, diseases, and impactful personality quirks.
Conditions are granted by Assets and Liabilities or by GMs based on the events of Contracts and Downtime activities like Moves, and Loose Ends.
Because Conditions may have GM-created systems, they also record the Playgroup they were acquired in.
Loose Ends will cause problems for you if you don't tie them up.
Examples of Loose Ends include enemies, debts, evidence, and promises.
All Loose Ends have a Cutoff that counts down each time you attend a Contract. When it hits zero, the Threat of your Loose End manifests, causing issues for your Contractor.
You cannot see the current values of your Loose Ends' Cutoffs, but you can take initiative and make Moves on your Downtimes to deal with them before time runs out.
His Bodily fanctions translate to just HP(hit points) to him as in a game hence he doesnt feel pain as normal people.
His Mind becomes twisted and all knowledge and experience he has playing games materialize in his real body making him calm and collected.
You gain the following benefits at all times.
Your Body and Mind Penalties are divided in half (rounded up).
Track your current equipment here. You may start with anything your Contractor would reasonably have access to.
Trophies are special objects and equipment.
Examples of Trophies include healing potions, scrolls, sci-fi technology, or any supernatural item that was not created with The Contract's Gift system.
Because Trophies may have GM-created systems, they also record the Playgroup they were acquired in.